Monday, November 2, 2015

Glandex- Improve your dogs lifestyle with this anal gland supplement! #BootTheScoot #Sponsored

This post is sponsored by Glandex and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about how Glandex – Natural Supplement for Anal Glands but The Small Things only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Glandex is not responsible for the content of this article.

I love my dog! He is my "son". My family. I only want what is best for him.When I had the chance to work with Glandex, I was thrilled. If you haven't heard of them, Glandex® is the only product that addresses all of the underlying causes of anal gland problems and works from the inside out to help maintain healthy anal glands!
 I don't know about your animals, but my cutie, Max had several instances where I would always catch him dragging his butt on the floor! Most of the time it was funny, but then when you realize he scooted poo and hes having issues, it isn't funny anymore. There could be an underlining problem. Thanks to Glandex, he is great now!
If you didn't know how it works, Glandex® contains the precise amount of fiber to help bulk and firm the pet’s stools to naturally empty the anal glands. It also contains natural anti inflammatories to target underlying inflammation as well as probiotics and digestive enzymes to support a healthy gastrointestinal tract. They come in peanut butter chews, or a beef liver powder that you cac mix into food!

  • Week 1- We have had incidents every day. I am hoping Glandex stars working soon. Hes doing it 3-4 times a day, 7 days a week.
  • Week 2- We tried mixing the chews and powder. He has only had one incident a day this week!
  • Week 3- We have only had two incidents this week! 
  • Week 4- NO INCIDENTS! He hasn't dragged his little hiney on the carpet at all! This anal gland supplement is a lifesaver!

Glandex's scientific formula works in multiple ways to keep the anal glands healthy and is a more effective alternative to frequent anal gland expressing which can further irritate the anal glands. Glandex is veterinary formulated and made in the USA with all-natural ingredients. They say that Glandex has guaranteed results within 3-5 weeksto help “boot the scoot!” YES I can say that this is TRUE! It only took 4 weeks to have no incidents! I am so happy seeing that my baby is not miserable anymore! We will continue to buy Glandex! Purchase today, and help improve your pets life! Be sure to visit Glandex on their social media to stay up to date with the latest!
Have you heard of Glandex until now? Do you plan to give it a try? I would love to hear! 

18 comments:

  1. Well, you learn something new every day. I am going to ask my vet about this the next time I'm there.

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  2. Okay, this is super awesome! It's been awhile since my dog has scooted but it's good to know they have this.

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  3. I didn't know there was anything you could do to help. I need to get some to have some on hand.

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  4. I haven't had a dog since I was a kid, but this is definitely good info to have on hand for pet owners. Glad to hear it worked so fast for your pup.

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  5. Your dog is soooo cute! We're not dog owners, but I'm glad there's options like this to keep them healthy.

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  6. We don't have dogs - so no need for Glandex! Max is a cutie and I'm sure glad he's doing better!

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  7. Oh yes, the butt drag. I've caught my dog doing that a couple times, too, though thankfully with no scooted poo. I'll have to check this out.

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  8. I had no idea something like this existed but my dog needs it so bad! I'll have to pick some up, thanks for letting me know about it!

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  9. I know a lot of dog moms who have pets that can use this and will be sharing. WOW, this is pawsome!

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  11. Wow, I'm so pleased that it worked and your little bundle is doing great! I love happy endings and as a dog owner myself, I would want the best for my dogs. Recently, I was reading a lot about anal glands in dogs and have watched this great video on how the anal glands can be expressed by a professional ( I don't want to try this, lol). Here's a good link I've stumbled into http://dogsaholic.com/care/anal-glands-in-dogs.html

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